About Exotic Bitters

About Exotic Bitters
Exotic bitters includes bitters that are infused with unusual ingredients, from fruit (plum) to chocolate to even celery or cardamom. Depending on the primary flavors, these bitters can be used not only in cocktails, but also in cooking for sauces, soups and even desserts.

Top Picks for Exotic Bitters

The Bitter Ex Bitters Co. Stalking Ex Spicy Celery Bitters
93 points
Tasted as a Pisco Sour cocktail. Golden straw color. Aromas and flavors of celery root and stalk, hints of dried peach, barbecue rub, and suede shoe with a supple, lively, dryish medium-full body and an even, layered, very long finish that exhibits elements of lemon cream, frosted herb scone, and cucumber-thyme and watermelon finish. Vibrant earthy celery notes mesh seamlessly with the botanicals of gin in a martini cocktail and elevate the experience; a must for brunch cocktails or try with Chartreuse.
King Floyd’s Cherry Cacao Bitters
92 points
Tasted as a Old Fashioned cocktail. Amber color. Inviting aromas and flavors of toffee, chocolate orange peels and nuts, and hint of oven roasted tomatoes and cherries sprinkled with paprika with a satiny, soft, fruity sweet full body and a tingling, long finish with notes of caramel cream, dried figs, and grilled peach finish. A delightfully savory and complex Old Fashioned cocktail; the bitters really amplify with chocolate and dried fruity/savory tones.
92 points $19.99
Old Forester Bohemian Bitters
89 points
Tasted as a Pisco Sour cocktail. Golden amber color. Aromas of pipe tobacco, cedar and incense, grilled fennel, and marzipan with a supple, bright, fruity medium body and a tingling, medium-length licorice candy, orange spice muffin, and molasses finish. A solid, lightly licorice-like bitters adds a fun layer to a Old Fashioned cocktail.